Flashy 3 yr old, Green Broke Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Red Oak, OK
Ponyboy will make someone an excellent trail horse, he has had 30 days of training, stands tied, easy to catch, bridle saddle, stand for mount - dismount. Is up to date on shots and has negative coggins. Has had shoes, gets along great with other horses.
About Red Oak, OK
The area around Red Oak has been inhabited since approximately 9,000 BCE, beginning with people of the Fourche Maline Culture who were descended from the first Native Americans to migrate from Asia via the Bering Land Bridge. Archaeological sites such as the McCutchan-McLaughlin site in southeastern Latimer County provide evidence of Fourche Maline settlements, particularly the burial mounds used by these people groups. The combination of poor health and prolonged drought led to the extinction of the Fourche Maline cultures by the early 15th century. European explorers, including Francisco Vasquez de Coronado and Jean Baptiste Bernard de la Harpe, began arriving in the mid-16th century and found only scattered remains of these once thriving cultures. Red Oak became an area of settlement for members of the Choctaw tribe during relocation as part of the Trail of Tears beginning in the 1830s.